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Safe use of Visual Display Units (VDUs)

All department members who use a computer are asked to read the University's Code of Practice for the safe use of Visual Display Units (VDUs).
Please take especial note of appendix 3 on eyesight testing. Members who have a problem with their eyesight, which they think might be caused by their work, are asked to contact the Department Safety Administrator (Room S032) in the first instance.

The University's Code of Practice for the safe use of VDUs can be found on the University of Cambridge Safety Office website.

 


Departmental Codes of Safe Practice

 

 

Last updated on 01-Oct-08 15:56

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